Posted by Chris on 12/24/2007 Hi Ted. I'm really interested in cold shower therapy. Is the Almond Oil one uses the same that aromatherapists use? I imagine it doesn't adhere to the body well though - any techniques? Does one use this for hair cleaning too?
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